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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I lf VOL xxxv 8 nnn STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1007 NO 55 +l i MIDDL1BURG t Is it not remarkable that Caleb Pow erw never leaned who murdered Gov V Nebel until after the death of Tallov Dtek Cambay Mark my prediction tin f crime h going to be saddled on tho doai Negro J The hates etCharley McVVhortet and D 0 Elllett Ire connected by 1 phone and In preparing the Sunday I Aached ton tlwuetwo gentlemen ex change views over the wlrce Their s argHtnefiU are sW to be quite spirited t A at times i W The Sunday school convention at I f 4Greefl River Saturday was not at well attended as was expected but mud interest was manifested by those pres ent and we believe good was nccom pllshcd for tho Sunday school cause Roy J Q Montgomery was present and Rave a number good talks Wattorson says ho will vote the Democratic ticket at tho November election How do wo know ho will Ills lato utterance in tho Courier Journal doesnt Indicate that hOWIll It might be well for Democrats nil over tho coun try to repudiate tho Courier Journal and remind tho Colonel of 1896 Geo P Garner tho clever Ypscmltc merchant went to Cincinnati last week l to buy goods Jason Lowborn and V T Wilson attended tho Somerset fair W G Royalty has returned from n vis- It to his daughtcrMra K S Fisher at Crab Orchard Undo Iko Cowan con tinuca quito ill Miss Salena Jones in Improving Miss Ilcsslo Leo went to KlnRivlllo Saturday novo J W Hall r came down from Lexington Friday in order to attend the Sunday school con ventlon Saturday at Green River Ho + gave several talks Mrs Hannah Toy lor of Indianapolis is visiting relatives hero It M Sharp and wife went to hthe Somerset fair Wm Wheat went to Cincinnati Caleb and Mrs Newell of Waynosburg are guests of Clel Met Antnch Mrs Lucy Wesley is recover ing from an attack of flux Circuit Clerk Jason Weiloy and wife wore hero Friday to see Dr and Mrs J F Wesley Mrs J S Wesley of Lib brty was here a low days ago Camp Meeting JUMBO KY SetDOur meeting is getting along nicely despite tho rain and other hindrances God is honoring and blessing this work A good amount was stand Sunday to help pay balance on new tabernacle A largo and ap L prccUUvo crowd were here Wo had no disturbances of any kind and all seemed well pleased with tho meeting It will continue over next Sunday Sept 15th Rev L L Plckctt will preach I the dedicatory sermon Sunday at 230 p M Ho will also make n prohibition J speech Sunday night Do not fail toy come and hear him Also do not fall to como and hear Miss Lucy Lee Mahan who wiU havo charge of most of the services until tho meeting closes Rev Martin leaves us today for Missouri Ills wife will be with us to ploy and sing until the meeting closes Every body come Yours very truly- CLARFwce J Sirrte of Diarrhoea Curd by 1One Doso of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlar rhooa Remedy I was so weak from an attack of l diarrhoea that I could scarcely attend to my duties when I took a dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea IJeracdy hound mo en tirely and I had been taking other medicine for nine days without relief I heartily recommend this remedy as I being tho best to my knowledge for bowel complaints H O Stewart of i tho linn of Stewart t Bro Groen y Tlllo Ala For sale by all druggists MATRIMONIAL John R Mullins and Miss Anglo Lear ter bothof Boyle county were married hero last week by Dr W F- uc Vaughan Miss Daisy Collier and E H Walter a merchant of Boyle cuunty eloped to Chattanooga and were married Tho brides father telegraphed to havo tho marriage stopped but it was too late The knot had been tied Married on Tuesday suicided on Wednesday is tho record of Alvin Maupin formerly of Clay City Ky who drank carbolic acid in Annapolis Maryland with fatal effect Maupin left a note saying he had been ordered to Nashville Tonn on duty and would rather die than leavo his wife Camp Meeting Ono of tho worst features of kidney trouble is that it is an Insidious dis ease and before tho victim realizes his danger he may havo a fatal malady Take Fploys Kidney Cure at tho nut sign of trouble as It corrects Irreg ularltlcs and prevents Brights dls ease and diabetes Pennys Drug Store IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs William Moss a highly respected woman of tho Perryvillo section is dead A hailstorm at Richmond and vicin Ity almost destroyed the growing tobacco crops Less than 300 people passed througl tho Paris fair gates Tuesday on ac count of rain- Ihefather of Mrs Ben V Smith or Somerset is deudat his home at Ma ryavillo 0 It is estimated that 0000 people iron a distance came on the excursion tha ran to tho Somerset fair last Friday Mrs J F Lippcrt committed sulcidi at her homo at Nicholaville by drink ing carbolic acid Domestic trouble was tho cause- Thomas Wilcox a brakeman on th L N and living at Richmond Will run over by an engine in the Paris yard and suffered the loss of his right arm Mr and Mrs G D Alahan proms nent people of Danville hud a narrov escape from death at tho C S crossing ut Danville Tho engine grazer the horse hey wore driving In the Montgomery County Circul Court Phil H Davis a saloon keeper was found guilty of suffering gamins on his premises and was fined 500 With the verdict of guilty also goes the forfeiture of his license Davis will ap pealLewis T Brown formerly of Lexing ton has sued his wife Margaret Brown for divorce Mra Brown is very handsome and her beauty attracted tho at tention of King Edward when tin couple visited London last year The king asked to meet Mrs Brown but her husband objected and a quarrel en sued They separated and Brown now asks for a divorce The couple have been prominent in Lexington society for several years IHIGHLAND Road working is in progress now Born to the wife of Wm Long a girlE G Baugh sold a cow to R C Ar void for 25 C M Young sold a cow to W H Fields for 20 Wm Napier was here looking for stockI Mrs John Meier who has been quite sick for some days is considerably im proved Wm Reed was called to Casey county by tho Illness of his daugh ter Miss Minnie- J H Butt Is building a largo tobac co barn Joe Skidmore has bought the Lou Skidmoro place and taken posses lion George Ballard of Corbin spent several days with his brother here Obe and Trav Turner of Wayne county were hero with friends Mrs Jennie Baugh and mother visited relatives at McKinney Mrs Margaret Young and daughter are visiting near Lexington Mrs Annie Kennedy of Stanford is visiting her parents here A number of our people attended tho Somerset fairHardin Young who has been living at Somerset and Sclenco for four years will leave for Kenesaw Neb with his family next week where they will make their future home A G Faulkner is at home f om North Carolina OTTENHEIM Wm Anderson bought a work horse from Mrs Sims Mr Peter Carter paid tho Sunday school a visit Sunday at Pine Grove and gave an interesting talk to the pupils Mr Skelton Coleman tone of our best and oldest citizens died and was laid to rest in Ephesus burying ground Mr Coleman leaves a widow and two child ren Joseph Coleman and Mrs Henry Woods besides n number of grand children lie was a veteran of tho Mexican wa- rChamberlains Cough Remedy One of the Best on the Market For many years Chamberlains Cough Remedy has constantly gained In fuvor and popularity until it is now ono of the most staple medicines in use and has an enormous sale It is in tended especially for acute throat and lung diseases such as coughs colds end croup andean always bo depended upon It Is pleasant and safe to tako end is undoubtedly the best in tho mar- cot for tho purposes for which It Is in ended Sold by all druggists Mrs Carrie Nation says she is going to stay in Pittsburg Pa until she rq brma It If that is Carries game she night as well make arrangements for a icrmanent abode The Touch That Heals Is the touchof Duckions Arnica Salvo Its the happiest combination of Aral ea flowers and healing balsams ever ompounded No matter how old the sore or ulcer Is this Salvo will cure U For burns scalds cuts wounds or piles Its an absolute cure Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store 25c NEWS NOTES Tho Confederate soldiers of the State will hold a reunion M1 Oit 3 at Owen tonWill Jones was arrested at Hydcn charged with killing his one year ol child Sully Prudhomme the French poe and critic died suddenly of heart dis caseFire destroyed tho Webb Hotel at Shelton Wash It Is reported that fifteen persons perished William K Randall a former State Senator accidentally shot and klllcc himself at Rockford Col Fifty people were injured by the ex plosion of a cotton gin boiler at Hoi land Tex but no one WAS killed By Hie derailment of a Seaboard All Line passenger train at Wilcox Creek Ga five men were seriously injured Tho jury of awards at tho James town Exposition has been announced and that body will how cuter upon Its taskFour men were kiUod in an explosion that wrucked thu storehouse of a powder company a few miles from Oak land Cat- Senator Foraker delivered an address at the Ohio State fair at Columbus in which he again bade defiance to his no litlcal enemies Richardson P HoUo now in Wash ington says that tho United States must build ships and eat dirt in tho meanwhileThe Deportment has practically decided to christen the 20000ton battleship No 29 a sister ship to the Delaware the New York Josh Burdctt wh killed his son about six months ago WM tried in the Garrard circuit court and given seven years In tho penitentiary William II Abercrombie formerly United States Consul at Nagasaki Japan committed suUide at Washing ton Ho was Oi years old President ttvosevelt sent a cable mes sage of congratulation to Col Gocthals on tho progress made upon the Panama canal during the month of August Congressman Burnett of Alabama who has bee abroad investigating the immigration problem has returned and expresses himself in favor of an educa tional qualification for immigrants Now theories suspicions and developments in the mystery surrounding the death of Joha J Philips the Cleveland coal operator and broker are following each other in rapid succession While drunk Manlus Steele of liar rodaburg shot at his wife but missed her Steele is a brother in law to fluster Phillips also of Harrodsburg who only a few weeks ago shot his wife to death The Virginia Court of Appeals has granted a writ of error in the case of Leo C Thurman formerly of West Point Ky convicted of tho murder of Walter Dolsen and sentenced to be hanged on September 27 Tho Chicago Mlnneapolis flyer on the Rock Island railroad was wrecked near Norris la and 12 passengers were killed and 12 injured The passenger train left tho rails and crashed into a freight which was standing on a sidetrack District Attorney Jerome of New York has applied for and been granted a special grand jury for October It is surmised that his action may have same reference to tho alleged destroying of the Metropolitan street railway booksLogan McDaniel aged 36 was given only ten years in the penitentiary for killing his father a few weeks ago at Macao McDaniel was drunk when he committed tho deed It was brought out that the father had taught the boy to drink liquor and had oft been in toxicated with him the Canal Zone The high wages paid make it u mighty temptation to our young art sans to join the forte of skilled work men needed to construct tho Panama Canal Many are restrained however by tho fear of fevers and malaria It is the knowing oso Hioso who have used Electric Bitters who go there without this fear well knowing they fro safe from malarleus InHuennowlth Electric Bitters oa hand Cures blood poison too biliousness weakness and all stomach liver and kidney troubles Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store i0oMrs Fred M Fish wife ot a retired broker was found murdered in her home Evanston III Her husband with his throat cut was found uncon cioua It is the opinion of the polioa hat Fish murdered his wife and then attempted to commit suicide I Sick Headache This disease is caused by a derange neat of the stomach Take a doso of hamberlalna Stomach and Liver Tablets to correct this disorder and he sick headache will disappear For into by all druggists HUSTONVILLE C D Reid returned Sunday from of Liberty bought a fine gelding of James Reid for 225 James Hall killed a monster coon Saturday In a treo near tho yard gate of T G Tupman Frank North had a valuable maro to die last week the veterinary failing to locate her trouble Mrs J Eubanks has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs T C Carter near Lawrenceburg The Chits Wheeler Emporium lost a largo front window gloss last week by a dog jumping through it Cowan McCormack shipped to Cin cinnati a car lambs for which they paid 41c and one car of extra butcher cattle at 3 to 3Jc An abundant corn crop is now assured and the price has declined New corn is being freely offered at 2 with small sales as it is thought tho price will be lowerPreaching by Rev Creel at the2Bap tist church hereafter will bo on the first and second Sundays instead of the second and fourth as has been tho custom cutting is in progress and the crop was never better The pros pect for good prices is very flattering Fully 90 per cent of tho crop in this section will be controlled by theSocIcty of Equity Miss Rose McCormack is visiting her brother C R McCormack at Glasgow Miss Bessie Worthington was the guest of Mrs John A Blain Miss Ann Ellis of Stanford is vsiting Mrs Blain Mrs Juno II Reid is visiting Miss Edna Camnitz in Cincinnati Services at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and night by the pastor Rev Lander Morning subject The Harvest is Past Evening The Snaro or the Fowler Union prayer at the Christian church Wednesday eve ring at 7 oclock LeaderRev Clar ence Daniels Getting tho habit makes us do many things that wo would not other wise do Our people have gotten the fair going habit as is evidenced by the largo crowd that attended the Somerset fair Thero haa hardly been a lair in this section of the State that has not secured a liberal patronage from tho West End The graded school opened Monday with over 100 pupils and the prospect for 40 or 50 more by the end of tho week Tho only change in tho corps of teachers isn the music department Miss M E Evans of Chicago has been engaged for this work and has arrived She comes with exceedingly high re commcndationsjfrom prominent profes sors of the country We havo some options on a few strictly first class blue grass farms in this locality that will expire in ho next 15 days The price wecan make on them now is much below tho prices on same class of land elsewhere and the price on these places will be ad vanced 5 to 10 per acre after our option expires Call on or phone Williams CoJ Neal has returned from Utah where ho visited his sons William and Terry who own and are developing valuable mining property The range of mountains in which they are located has made some millionaires out of poor prospectors They expect to reach pay dirt in the next few months Mr Neal went hunting while there and saw tho biggest game of his life in tho shape of mountain lion J B Honaker andjwlfo leave today for tho Jamestown Exposition and willI spent a week at other points in Virginia visiting Mrs Honakera relatives Dr Leo Huffman and daughter of Lex- Ington are visiting relatives here Jno Tinsley and wife of Southport IndI ire visiting his mother near Olympian Springs Harry Frye who has been with a surveying party in Arkansas has returned home How To Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated 01ino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of tho bowels Orlno laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripo and is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store Joe Ruxer a blacksmith who recently fired at an automobile in which Mrs J C W Beckham and some friends were riding near Owerfaboro has been Indicted by the Davicss county grand ury Healthy kidneys filter tho impurities from the blood and unless they do his good health Is Impossible Fo oys Kidney Cure makes sound kid toys and will positively euro all forms of kidney and bladder disease It itrengthehs the whole system Pennys Drug Store I More Than 25000 in Prizes F A Stale FaIr ribbon has the backlog ol the Commonwealth ot moaeyIhltLowest Rates by Rail and River I You Just Cant Afford to Miss It I welledtoSee our new grounds and new buildings costing 275000 steel trotLingTrotting Facing Races I An amusement program running way Into Ihonsands ot dollars united with an exhibition plan never before attempted SEPT162L1907 LiF IJISWLLETiJ I Capl Knabenshne in hb paasenger carrying airship the marvel rideInclpllnbillSensational acrobatic ads tree each day And the worlds greatest living color page ol amusement enter prises Pains famous Manhattan Beach fire works and the gigantic pyrotechnic spectacle Empties ol Vesuvius actual reproduction of the aweInspiring calamity ol 1906 given nightly in Ihe Infield In front ot the grand Iliad Three concerts dally by Naliello and his premier band ol fifty artists from the Land ol Music KentuckyLegislatureBoard of Agriculture Write lor catalogue and Illustrated descriptive book R E HUGHES Secretary Louisville the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 2600000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B 0vsley Stanford S II Shanks Stanfurd Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford W 0 Walker TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachersville JJGGooch Waynesburg Ky sAVErComfort economy and durability are nil included in hot water heating I heated my house last winter 5 rooms and bath room with 815 worthof coal No ashes no coal no kindling in your rooms The ideal heat for a residence Now is the time Dont wait until frost reminds you that winter is here S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky lumber PowderIl Is Hard to Beat I Try It Only 25 Cents STANFORD DRUG CO Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Varnishes School Supplies BestIFoor Finish is RENULAO W B McRobefts DRUGG1S1 ISTANFO 70 II l PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded iThe Interior Journal C c WALTON JOHN J MOSER countlvlubJecparty h M BRUCE tl n cRndlllnto for Jnller of Lincoln county IUt eet to tho ashen of the Democrntlc party JAMES Co HAYS candidate for Jnller ofIt n DemocraticI subject to the notion ot thu party D C ALLEN for Assessor of Lincoln coun tyRubjecttejtho action of thu Democratic t Democratic Ticket For U S Senator C W Beck hamFor GovernorS W Haper For Attorney General John K HendricksFor Superintendent Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South TrimbleFor H M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubert Vrceland LafToon Jppeals1iJohn For Representative of Lincoln coun tyW U Shanks Tim speech delivered by Judge S W Hager democratic nominee for Rovern or at the opening of the campaign at Lexington is being sent out in pamphlet form It is well worth the time spent in reading it being clear in every detail and replete with sound doctrine It reviews the service rendered to Kentucky and Kentuckians shows plainly the cost of conducting an economical government such as has been given us byGov Beckham and com pares it with the BradleyTaylor admin istration In fine it may bo seen by any intelligent observer that Kentucky is in the pink of condition financially and otherwise Augustus E Willson is raising a hue and cry wherever ho goes against the grafters who he alleg es are in control of the State affairs at present but he islunable to prove any of his wild assertions He is crying out for a look at the books whereby he hopes to unearth something rotten Let the voters bear steadily in mind that v Gov Bradley rode into office on just such a shallow platform And what did he find 7 It is a matter of history well known to everyman that he found nothing over which an objection could be raised for the State was on a basis firm as the Rock of Gibraltar It is aI that Gov Brad si a matter of history ley found none of the earmarks nor ev idences of the assassin he found none of the mountain hordes to harass and throw obstacles in hispath nor was h c nfronted by a band of cut throats an hx dlums devastating the halls of the State buildingshovering around the very tireshold of government and threaten log his life History only a few years old will tell you when such conditions as we have just cited existed therefore it is needless we hope to remind the worthy sterling soundthinking pzople of the duty that will be theirs in November Every democrat every that is free fromI lover of a government assassination free from a malicious de termation to trample under foot the rights of a sovereign Ipeople will see that his duty is to support the ticket from Beckham to the humblest candi date for constable and we believe that the masses willfdo it So mote it be TimE announcement that William Jennings Bryan will make six speeches in Kentucky for the State Democratic ticket has renewed the suggestions heard from time to time that in the evant ho is again nominated for the presidency nothing could be more in harmony with the natural order of things than that a Southern Demo cratic leader should be chosen as his running mate The name of Senator James B McCreary is the one that prominent leaders throughout the Com monwealth are pointing to as that must suitable for the honor That the Senator would prove a most popular candidate and could at once command the support of the solid South is not doubted by those who have taken the time to investigate political conditions IN an interview in Louisville Judge R L Stout said I am the only offi vial in Kentucky empowered to grant immunity to Taylor Taylor was cor rect when he gave out the statement in Indianapolis that neither Gov Beck ham nor Commonwealths Attorney Robert Franklin has power to grant him immunity from arrest Judge J C Sims of Bowling Green Powers chief counsel admitted that Judge Stouts contention is correct It is to hoped that Judge Stout will grant the immunity and that Taylor will come back and give his testimony Secretary Taft will sail from Seattle next Wednesday for the Orient on a journey which not end until he has made a complete circuit of the globe iV r 110 1 1 THE ravings and wild harangues of Mr Willson republican nominee for governor remind us of a discussion two Negroes oncn engaged over the merits ot Gen Joseph E Johnson and Gen Braxton Bragg Gen Johnsons char pion had just finished a long defense or- his favorite when Gen Braggs nlg got replied You talks and you talks but you never locates you argufics and you argufies but you never ascertains no subject lION MAX M HANUEKHY of Cadiz Trijrg county the leading Republican of the First congressional district is in a long statement in which he lOut he is not in favor of ever making nomination in that county so long as the Negroes are permitted to participate Unfortunately there is no law in this State by which the Negro can bo disfranchised so the best thing Mr Hanberry can do is to come over to the democratic party and vote with white people POLITICAL iClark county republicans nominated II G Garnett Representative Judge S W Hagcr and lion John K Hendrick spoke at West Liberty addressing a large crowd Muhlcnburg county Democrats in convention at Greenville nominated W O Smith for Representative Judge William E Dowling won the nomination for Representative in the Anderson county Democratic primary The Republicans of Cleveland nominated Congressman Theodore E Burton for Mayor The nomination was made by acclamation- It has been settled that Mr Bryans first speech to be delivered in the in terest of the democratic ticket in Kentucky will be at Elizabethtown Christian county republicans will hold a convention at Hopkinsville Sept 21 to nominate a candidate for the Legislature There are throe candidates Judge S W Hager and Hon John K Hendrick spoke in Paintsville to a large crowd All their greetings in the Big Sandy valley have been large and enthusiastic The date of the beginning of United States Senator Borahs trial at Boise City is September 23 lIeis charged with conspiracy to defraud the Federal Government by securing illegal entry of timber lands Much interest has been aroused at Washington by the publication in New York paper of the names of the men who it is alleged at Harrimans request contributed 260000 to the Roosevelt campaign fund The county jailers of Kentucky held a meeting at Lexington at which J R Pflanz jailer of the Jefferson county jail was elected president Mr Pflariz as well asa number of others of those present favored the infliction of elec trocution instead of hanging The contest between Mayor Tom L Johnson and Congressman Theodore E Burton for the mayoralty of Cleveland promises to be exciting and interesting probableJTaft will visit Cleveland to speak for Burton and that W J Bryan and other leading Democrats will speak for Johnson Here and There A great granddaughter of President Zachery Talyor is being held in St Louis on the grounds of insanity The bricklayers and plumbers went on a strike in sympathy with the carpenters completely tieing up building operations in Paducah The 250 molders who went on strike in Evansville because their beer was cut off at lunch hour will return to work today Paoli Ind was visited by a hailstorm which caused great destruction to property live stock and crops The hail fell for almost an hour Gen Weyler has finished writing his memoirs of the time when he was Governor General of Cuba according ton announcement just issued in Madrid Dr Edward Glasgo a physician of Brazil Ind is dead from three bullet holes through his head and his wife id slightly wounded in the left breast as a result of a mysterious shooting Mrs John Young residing near Over field in Barbour county W Va has learned to read and writo at the age of 80 She undertook the task because she desired to write a letter to adl ugh ter A man named Davidson and about years of age in a fit of despondency while under the influence of intoxicants jumped from the tenth story of the Columbia building at Louisville and was instantly killed The Omaha Texas express on the Rock Island was raided near Murdock Neb by threo masked men The robbers went through the chair car rob- bIng every passenger therein securing their pocketbooks and purses There will be BO street car strike in Louisville The credit for this happy consummation is duo to Mayor Robert W Bingham and Sheriff Scott Bullitt who taking charge of an apparently hopeless situation worked strenuously and finally secured an agreement from the company which was accepted bye union men unanimously Additional Local MR J E LYNN will have a saloof his his farm stock and crop at a date to be announced later duo notice of which will appear in this paper FOR SALESteroom in Opera House Block now occupied by the Post office A good investment For particulars see or address either Mrs Mattie V Kirby or L R Hughes Stan ford Ky- TYritoln FEVER has well nigh devastated the home of William James of the Pine Grove section In the last few weeks Mr James has lost his wife and three children and now ho and another child are hovering between life and death from the same malady A GOOD crowd heard the speeches of lions G Allison Holland and Charles I Stewart of Lexington at the courthouse yesterday afternoon Both gentlemen are polished speakers and were given rapt attention Mr W II Shanks introduced the speakers In timely efforts FOR newauction engine one separator self feeder and wind stacker One saw mill with 300000 feet of logs to saw at 60c per 100 The owners only reason for selling is on account of ill health All this machinery is comparatively new and cost about 3000 It can be bought for a very low price See or address L R Hughes Stanford Ky JUDGE S W HAGEn democratic nominee for governor and Hon John K Hendrick democratic nominee for attorney general will speak at Lancaster Sept 13 On Thursday 19th they will speak at the court house here at 130 PM On Saturday 21st they will speak at Liberty at 130 P M and at Hustonville that night at 730 Everybody is invited especially the republicans No1 BLUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE Containing 251 acres of rich fertile land fine for hemp and tobacco En tire farm is in grass except 25 acres All in fine state of cultivation will grow anything that can be grown on tine blue grass land A 4000 residence in fine repair Two good barns crib buggy house coal house ice house etc Anyone wanting a nice home 13 miles from town and right at Graded School and churches will do well to call and see this place before buying as it is one of thu most convenient homes in the county and one of tho best watered farms to be found any where cistern well spring branches and ponds For further particulars call on or address It Hughes Stanford Ky OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS formerly Whites Mill thoroughlylino been and U now In Hne condition to nuke the best of Flout Meal Ktc Uuitotn grinding ilone on midi TUKHDAY nnd Will grind for tho toll us formerly Oho mo u 1V II lroprletorlOrubOrchard HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly CourierJournal AND The Interior JournalB- OTH ONE YEAH FOR ONLY 150Few people In the United States have not heard of tbe Courler Journal Democratic In all things fair In all things clean In all things It U essentially a family paper By a special arrangement wo aro enabled to offer the WEEKLY COUBIEBOUBNAL one earned thus paper for the price named bore SOlid your subscription for the com blnatloi to uscot tc the CourierJournal TRY The Frankfort State Journal Tho Deiiocratic State Organ during tho coming campaign it Will Keep You Posted It will give you tho latest mid moat reliable news every day toW P Walton Frankfort Ky r TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I a Notice Is hereby given to nil persons thnt the Denver Urwk the vol net of Ib 8tockllolllerahna 11t1I ills solred nn1 Its olllcers tire now wlndlnit up Its butlness claim or evidence of In5ehtmhlcengnlnt the Mild company will on or Iwforo the loth tinyof October prejent their dnlm to lcu trensurnrof mold com panyal lliutonviilo Ky Denver dreok oil A Ins Company sly W M Myers Hociiml Treas No charge far eatnuduatioa or acbnllaer ly testing eyes by tiplodntn methods 1ro scrlptliiiiRlnsiiet ground to onleri set In nllv stylo frame or skeleton mountings work and material KUHttintccU luitliliictoryi charge moderate lit IVnlrnl Tflephono llulldliiK lliistonvlll Ky I r 1OWKII- Iradunted Optomvtrjtt PUBLIC SALE I will toll nt public auction nt the Into John fl fnrnt two miles front lluitonvllle on Mlddleburx pike on- TUKHDAY HKITITIWT the following personal property vlti Your brood mile three Ovule Olio lint colt u o fnm of heavy work borton II lings hull ilri olaeuwa i buck nml Utacres ot good corn to bo counted olt In the Hold Thirty live or 40 uorvs of In shock to 1m sold liy tho here Knnulng impieineiiisciinsiitlngof hinder mow or hay harrows I corn crn Iutr xhonu wagon not wagon bar can I runabout lot of hemp iirwiku two or three Snails of old liny In barn Urns pInes to IM rvntfU from tiny of nle until Jlln1 Home houaehold nlll kltohen furnl lure Terns Intuit known on dny of alv Halo begins lit 10 ta O II VANAIWDAM lluttonvllleKy UnptT D Kngllth AlUt PUBLIC SALE I The fnrm boluw will lit otTuritl llrst In lots No and No s nnil then HI n whole on tIU UAY OUT 4M7- My lino blue gnu furm aft wile Welt or lluitonrlllc l mile from pine nnd Unrpcn tors Htntlon coniuungoilMucrvs rich blue gnu or UOOICO liyul III grass This hum cull be equally divided to KdVautnge so as to havo n oo4 dwelling on- lIcb plow iiUo necesnary outbuildings The farm lays utmost In it wiunre only one ituglo In Shag There lire turw stouk burns good tobacco Ixtrn J stables tenant house good writer lu every Hold six liuting spring with 3 streams running through Mhole trnctJ HTKKlK UAUlKNTKU RurtouvllleKyPOSTED Vu whote names appear below strictly forbid hunting tubing or kind of ires putting on our piuccK und will proxsuto vi olators to the full extulit of the law Fred VonOruenlgnn Ilrtehcnbnch llroi Kritl Von Allnmn VondruvnlKnn Fred Ilnumnnn Irorge lloluu K Itelchenlisth Joseph Ilallou AO Dunn MJlIodnaun Dhrls JHCOD AL D Klmore David Hteptivns Mary HotTnmnn U VNunnelley linughmun rhrlitlnn Urnyton JO Carpvlitor Jacob Jestweln mini Dnincron Mrs MJAsblock O O lover Krvd Hnmlorf MrsMlVndlcton W UUordler J No vlu Carter 1otor Italmer JlICllmenIlQh roan Kerrlll W It Dnugherty Dink Kannur Amleraonterr JO Hprntt J FOoyet K Anton J W Tenk II t Mnrtln Meiter t 1nxton VTU W IMiirtln Hiimuel Lindsay Mows Itvrnr J11ltoIraHlmpion urn innmore P W Curler lien Mnrtln M K Lawrence Notice of Election I Kegiilnr term LlncelH coiintvjliciil court held 3 1W lion HO V enroll pnld lug Wllb the Juttlces of the Ieiicn to wit Vf U ViiIIInJADuddct- Ar W M Duddernr und U H Admits It was moviHlby Juitlct W M Duddrrnr nod seconded by Justice W Wiillln tutu tho following nctlsa taken by tills court Tho of llneoln county ut IU Kobrunry tenullOO of the Lincoln circuit court bnylHg recoiniiieiidetl u new court IIouAu Ir county nnd It upptnrlnr to the ktitlilnctlon ol inu court that tll court Itoutc now In uau 1s unmiro und land equate for the public convonlencv nnd prut rvntlou of the Uwordi Ills order lid u that the sum ot thirtylivr- thournnddullndbeeuggcted us till sum sucvsnury to humid u new court houno und It Is ordered that nil election W hold mid u opened nt the xvcrnl voting precincts In Lincoln Uounty oil TUMHV a 1W7 the day of tile next general olrctlonut which tho npproprliillun nlKive suggested sluill to legs voters of Lincoln ceuiily for their upprovnl or rejection The Hherirr of Lincoln county Is directed to udvertlM said election for ut cast thirty dnys nuxt before the dny thvreof In thu In terior Journal being the only newpulrf IIUIIlloh In Lincoln county the out eraof told election lire d tectel to hold the election between tho sumo hour that they un requited to hold electiona for coun ty olllcors which election shall U held mid conducted In nil respects required by the geuernl election law In force lit this Htote at the time the same U held ThoClurk of the Lincoln county court shall cause to bo printed on the Oltlclul Hal lots to le used In election the words anti Are In favor of an appro irlntlonof1JUforhulldinga new bunt IOUSB for Lincoln Cotintyt mid have two spaces upon tho right of right same ono for voters favoring taw appropriation to be des dellonated by tho word No And said thnll sold harlot In all other re theIcntuckyIn tbe event tho roquslto number of legal voters of Lincoln county vote In favor of said upproprlatlon Is ordured that this court eaute of Lincoln county to the amount of =11101 to Iw prepared execut ed and Issued on printed forms under the cal of thu county to slgnvd by thoCouit JUdge of IJneoln Oullty court mad countvrklgnpit by the Clerk of old Court nyableto wnrer nt llncoln 0ou11ty Nn tlonnl hunk of Htanford Kentucky which ands shall not beau n grouter rate of Inter It thou tour lerccntpn tJlIIlllnllulIl ly nt Lincoln NlltlulIll honk of Htanford mid Interest coupons Ihnll be nt- tRched to uld bonds by the Clerk nf tllO Lincoln County Court land hull- oI Iauct In the lI1rlel towIt Herleg A HIrl U Herleg Ct Yerleseiaruetngten thoumnddotlursof sn11lxnds- tall cots tt of twenty bonds for tile BUIl1 of cacti stud nuutbored one to tWllIt1 Hu rlO 1i of ten thouannt dollllr of said bonds slmlUonsUt ot twenty bonds for tile suit of nii11 numljered h1to und rfIIO oinbniuUu lltteuii thou- hddoltnrsofsidd Iwudt Anal consist of thirty bonds of h each and numbered from to 1u The bonds embraced In Horle A shall 1w mleeninblo at the pleasure of tho Court seven years tho ditto of wlrlutatxihnll duo IIlId pnyuM toil years from dll1I11I1 the tHmdi om lructHl In Herlis shall Iw riHleomnblo nt Court oa and lifter ton yeHrifromlhedm of their limo and duo ami paynb e n year cfroni tho said d In Merles 0duto and tho Iximls smbruc IIIIII be redellllnble ntith vpienuru of the OOllrt on tind sifter IIflllen year the Iuto of their lobe anu duo trod pnyntily twenty olln from the sold Slate dKOKOOOPKR A copy attest Clerk lr D Pounlngton U O b S Handsome Boys As these fellows appear on PAPER so will your Boys really appear with one of our Extra Good Suits on The quality is never left out nor the style neglected We run our I Short Pant Suits to 17 years in size as we also do our odd Short Pants Our stock is + ready for the mothers to inspect I rtortr H 11STAN Ponpadour Perfume It costs more but you do not have to use as much andit lasts longer so that it really is cheaper Try it and you will always use it 100 per ounce PENNYS DRUG STORE Btnnford Kentucky wFor salo by GEO It FARES Stanford Ky BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Strong teachers in nil departments High School Grammar Intcrme diato Primary Music Cooking and Sowing Only threo places left in tho dormitory and cottages but gcod homes in the town are open to students Terms Board and tuition 810500 Tuition alone 830 820 815 For catalogue address MISS IDA M TAYLOR Principal Mount Vernon JCy 55- T IJ School Shoes wt Wo hive three kinds of Shoos for girls and boys that are wear resisters Wo pay cepeclnl attention to this lino of goods to have the quality and price right r t1I1t 41 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD STANFORD KY KKIT 10 100 SEE our window for big reduction iBale of box papers Oc and 25e boxes now 18c to mnko room for new stock Pennys Drug Store T PERSONALS J DR WM SIIHLTON is out after a weeks Illness Mil J L TOTTEN attended the Parr fair last week A T NUNNELLEY of Texas Is Wllli f his parents hero MR J H VANIIOOK of Uurnsidc was hero last week DICK WILLIAMS of Somerset was with friends here i t Miss GRACE GRINSTKAD is visiting her parents at Versailles FIELDS WHITE of Madison was the guest of Ed Ballard ATTORNEY FAIIRIS FELANO of Law rcnccburg la hero on business CArr D H GOYEN spent several days with his family In Lexington Mit A J EARP and handsome wife of Winchester was here with friends liON J S OWSLEY SR of Lexing ton Is with his son lion J S Owsloy e + Jr Miss ANNIE Lewis GBNTIIY has rot turned from a visit to Danville rein tive S MR AND MRS J C BAILEY of Crab Orchard spent Sunday with friends here Miss LENA TRAYLOR spent several i days with the Misses Zanono at Lancaster MRS C I CROW and son of Dan vine have been the guests of Mrs A C Dunn MR C n COLEUAN Is at homo from Cary hell county for a few days Ilo Is IndisposedW of Kansas City Is hero with his brother It C Hockcr i and otter relatives MRS MARY J Coca u n has resumed her duties as teacher in the Crab Orch ard Graded School DR A S PRICE who hits been tak ing a vacation Is back at office ready to walton his patrons MR ISAAC HERRIN attended the meeting of the Jailers of Kentucky at weektMR of Garrard spent several days with his daughter Mrs S11 Aldridgo MRS ERNEST WARREN of Middles boro Is the guest of her parent Eld and Mrs Joseph liatlou 1DR I G SINGLETON of Bowling Green spent several daywith his brother Supt Garland Singleton MRS WOODS WALKER and Miss Jane Walker of Garrard were hero Sunday to see their uncle Mr J C Hays Mn H C WRAY of this place won tho gentlemans riding ring at the Somerset fair Hurrah for Homer Miss GEORGIA LEWIS went up to Crab Orchard to begin her duties at tho school there which opened Monday MRS J B PAXTON and children have been guests of Mrs Paxtons parents Mr and Mrs A C Robinson at Lan casterJAMES AND VERNA NEVIUS who have been visiting their grand mother Mrs Mattie Nevius returned to Lancaster Saturday MRS D B EDMIBTON and daughter Muss Lillie have returned from n two weeks visit to Martinsvllle Ind Courier Journal Miss SUE WOODS will entertain at cards Wednesday afternoon complimen M tary to Misses Pearl Burnsldo and Mat tie Hays Owsloy of Columbus Ga 0 MISS OLLIE HAWKINS of Indianap olis is with Miss Maud Carter Misses Hawkins and Carter will again teach In the Indiana School for tho deaf this yearDR HUGH REID returned Saturday night from Loulsvllla with Mr J C Hays who has been in a hospital thero for treatment Mr Hays is In a crit- Ical condition WALTER MILBURN who has been working In this office during vacalion quit Saturday to enter school Ho la an exceedingly fino young man a good printer and wo gave him up with much reluctance Ho Is a nice little gentlf man and wo are sorry It is so ho could not rcmaU permanently with us TUB many friends of Mr and Mrs Robert Waddle are rejoicing with them over the arrival of a new girl which made her appearance to gladden tho hearts of the parents Thursday V afternoon Somerset Journal The mother was handsome Miss Edna Ram Montitollo and has frequently SOYraC hero MR SAM DAMRON of tho South Em of Lincoln attended court hero yester day MRS L C KELLEY of Louisville IsI with her parents Mr and Mrs T Newland MR AND MRS J D EADS are will their daughter Mm William Brown nt Mill Springs Wayno count- yLOCALS 1Do not forget the rink ROOMS for rent W 11 Higgins sale Ed Hubbard Stan IGRAIBS SOUTH BEND watches for sale lit Muellers seed rye J H Baugh IltECLEANED SPECTACLES eyo glasses etc at W H Muellers ONLY a few of those good creamery cans left Farris FOR tho best line of ranges to select I from go to Farris FOR SALf100 bushels of rye J F Cover Turners tt LARGEST lino of stoves and ranges from which to select nt Singletons 1 BUI bottle Burdock tonic compound for only 23c at tho Stanford Drug Co Fon RUNTThe Dr Bronaugh property till the end of 19D7 Apply to IM Omcr HAVING sold my mules I have withdrawn my sale for Sept 12 B Ram soy Jr Paint Lick JUST rcclcved a largo lino of stoves and ranges Call and see them and get prices G Singleton FOR RENTMen Wallaces property on Danvillo street apply to I R Hughes Stanford Ky WANTED piano mandolin and guitar pupils beglnlng tho third week in Sep tcmbor Miss Margaret Lewis FOR SALB Buggy surrey pony and harncea playhouse swing book cases household and kitchen furniture See L M Omer- FiiEY0UR CUAJMS The last day for filing claims against Lincoln county in cluding turnpike claims will be Sept 21 George B Cooper clerk CRAII ORCHARD Graded School tax Is now due If not paid before Oct let 5 per seat penalty will be added Mau rico M Perkins collector and treasurer Ton Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Titlo Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices Tim city council has ordered aahphalt pavements built along Main Street ex tending from Cook A Farmers barber shop to tho corner of Main and Lancas ter streets Fon Some nice White Leghorn cockerels Tho Whlto Leghorn is acknowledged to be the greatest egg producer My Leghorns are tho diamond strain Russell Brown MR J II FLOYD of tko West End took his share of the premiums at the Somerset fair lie won the blue on tho best suckling colt and on the best mare and colt over a field of entries MEN WANTED Fifty white men for shop work in Freeport Must have good habits Steady work Send two cent stamp for particulars to W II Hall No 90 Winneshelk Street Free porr Ill- F1NE FARM FOR SALEI have a splendid farm of about 200 acres for tale It is well improved watered fenced and all necessary outbuildings Apply to J A Rico Moreland Ky R F D No1 SMITHS COLLEGE ASSISTS YOUN- GLADumIn acquiring an education for elf support and independence Dooki keeping shorthand typewriting and elegraphy taught Three lady teachers included in faculty Good boarding homes Refers to lady graduates re diving 1000 a year Kentucky UnlI awarded our graduates For particulars address Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky Come To Books The boys and girls will now turn from the happy Jays of vacation to the schoolroom You cant wear homespun linen null Hnsey like father and mother Wo have all the neccB arics for comfortable school clothes There is nothing to be gained by delay Take advantage of the present largo as sortment and reasonable prices LINK Friday night Doons open for the rink at 730 Friday night LOST between Wilkinsons barbershop and graded school building 30 Leave at this office and receive re ward LOST in Stanford or between hero and Gilberts Creek bundle containing dozen spools of thread white No pair black kid gloves left ono had beet fitted to tho hand C C WHITE who was hurt at th coal ehuto on tho Q C and who sued for 20000 has settled for 1200 lie paid us a call yesterday The company posii110 Lexington and return via Queen Crescent route from Junction City Ky Oct 818 good returning Oct 19tl account of Kentucky Trots For in formation ask Agents or write H C King G P A Lexington Ky ALL railroads ha mndo a rate of ono fare for the round trip to Louis ville tickets going on sale Sept 14th gobdjcturning until Sept 23rd rhe freight departments have announcer that exhibits will pay full tariff going to tho fair and will bo returned free if ownership is not changed AT Evansville Ind Mrs Anna Brash appeared on the witness stand in the Police Court chewing gum Take that cud out of your mouth said tht Judge or you will go to jail for con tempt of court I The woman complied The judges seems to have a pretty good idea of tho propriety of things TUB first football accident of the season has been recorded at Chicopee Mass Within a minute of beginning the first football practice the collarbone of Fred Griggs 18 years old of the Chicopee High School 11 was broken in a mass play Let this bo a warning to all who have football aspirations There is no game so dangerous SOMEKSET is to another bank It the plans on foot pan out and its very likely that they will The proposed institution is practically complete and the organization will be perfected within a short time II H Hutchint son of Owenton is organizing the institution and has 50000 already sub scribed Mr J E Claunch is one of the largest stockholdersSomerset Journal To MAMMOTH CAVE Lowest rate ever named 1265 from all stations on Kentucky Division from Stanford to Richmond Sept 26 This amount will include the railroad fare also board at Cavo hotel from arrival for supper un til after breakfast morning of third day also the long and short routes in the cave including special side trip to see tho ruins of Karnah or Great Mam moth Dome Through coach on regu lar morning train See L Nagents Tim Tri Countyy Teachers Institute which held n fivo days session in Lan caster closed Friday after a very prof itable and pleasant meeting It was conducted by Prof W A Clark of Ne braska and assisted by Prof Park of Lexington Prof Ireland of tho Stan ford Graded School entertained the body with a talk on reading which was delivered in his usual lucid manner Lincoln county was well represented G5 teachers being present It was as certained at this meeting that Lincoln has almost twice the number of teachers that Boyle or Garrard counties have whichshows that our educational in terests are being well looked after TilE Somerset fair was bigger bet ter and brighter than ever Tho premiums this year were the most liberal ever hung up by tho association and they brought the best horses in this section of the State to compete for them Tho running and trotting races were also tho best in the history of tho association and would have been a credit to Lexington or Louisville Twas a great fair and tho promoters have a right to feel proud of their achievement Over 10008 people were hero on Thursday and eyery person was well cared for It was a great outpouring of Pulaski yeomanrythe Fridayheyand the I J man was fortunate enough to be in their midst The 1907 meet will lire long In history t ENGAGE your skates for the rink Fri day night MR J H SworE of Danville bought 314 acres of the Feland farm sold at commissioners sale yesterday for 1603232 TilE L willrun excursion from this place to Louisville on Sept 29th Price round trip 175 Train leaves at 615 M I TUB skating rink will open next Fri day evening and Will bo open each Tues day and Friday evening until further rjotice Better engage your skates early if you want to be sure to get a pair Tim Stanford Graded School opened yesterday morning witn an enrollment of over 325 pupils The trustees of the school have rented the Stanford Male and Female Seminary building but have not yet decided what grades will be taught there TilE Water Light Ice Co through Messrs G L Penny and B F Rout has purchased a new dynamo for the light plant and it will bo installed in about a week It was bought of a Fort Wayne Ind firm through its agent at Cincinnati and is the latest and most Improved pattern having a capacity of 55 arcs of 1200 candle power each The work of putting in the dynamo will in no way interfere with the lights in res idences or business houses WORK OF UNLOADED GUNJ S Goode aged 32 years a switchman was shot and badly wounded at 1230 oclock yesterday afternoon by 0 B Palmer aged 22 years another switchman while tho latter was carelessly snapping an unloaded revolver The shooting took placo at the boarding house of Mrs A II Hallcm 633 Julia street where both of tho men lived C W Tate J F Do Moss H A Schell J S Goode and 0 B Palmer all of whom live at 633 Julia street were in a room together when Palmer who the police say was under the influence of liquor picked up a revolver 38caliber Iver Johnson nnd pointing it at Tato snap ped It Goode told Palmer ho ought not to play with the revolver as it was dangerous business whether the gunI Were loaded or not Oh it isnt ed said Palmer and pointing tho re volver at Goode he snapped it again Goode again remonstrated with Palmer and Palmer snapped the revolver a second time at Goode Tho gun fired the bullet taking effect in the right side of Goodes abdomen The Charity Hos pital ambulance was summoned and car ried the wounded man to that institut ion Palmer left after the shooting and had not been captured last night Sergeant Azcona of the First precinct secured his description and telegraphed it to all stations New Orleans paper Additional Local on Second Page For Sale or Rent I The Newton Hotel property n new two story brick emhrnclnfh rooms and hulls nod ono feet Ixjvntud on the corner of Mnln A Danvlllo Avenue In K cistern Ico house- nndotheroutbullding Address KWTON HUGH somerset Ky Good Business for Sale My property and nenernl stock of incr cunndUe lit Cot Kellut once nml give furtherluforsnnllouN II non abnryKy FOR SALE I If not sold privately before hand I will on MONDAY OCT W7 county court dRY offer for sale In front of the court home door my residence situated on Logan Avenue In Htnnfonl Ky This U one of the host hunt frnme building In tin town two good cel mars ThebusoIsInsplendid repair recent ly covered and pontes A cistern right nt the door nnd n large born on the premises Terms nrndo known on day of sale- JHOW8LKYJU Dr W N Craig is hero in Stanford Kyover W B Mclloberts Drug Store prepared to test your EYES this week and supply you with Glasses needed Terms Cash School Hose t A special value is CO dozen 2x4 Corduroy Ilibbed Hose 5 to 9i at only lOc per pair Thee usually sell at10c South East Corner Mainland Depot Streets J Fall oreGood i Have just arrived Cull in and let us show you our line of MoVairs Voiles Danish Cloth Serge Plaids and Soiscttes Black Patent Leather Belts for children Grosgrain Ribbons in Black Bine Brown and White Prices to suit all TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera ISTANFORD FALLSHOES We are now showing the most complete line of Mens Ladies and Childrens Shoes ever shown in this market call and Lei is Show You They are all right and will please you W E Perkins IIKentucky The Best and The Cheapest I The Old Reliable Old Hickory Wagon Call and See y E T PENCE STANFORD 6KY The Sue Bennett MemorialSch- oolr r Ky Established eleven years Christian influences Ideal site Military training Thorough work Music and Business specialties Vork provided for needy and deserving students School opens Tuesday Sept 3rd Write for catalogue Address JC LEWIS Prin London Ky frThe Interior Journal Snitrtdin the Poet OjJiu at Stanford cue ciare matkr- YVELIBUED TOESIJAVB AND FUJDAYB AT 100 PER YEAR CASH AWhen not 10 paid MOO will be charged Jesse W Sweeney rnoriiiETon Livery Feed and Salo StAblo Lanoaster Ky NOTICEIAny one needing n Onion Jnck and Wire cUlllene their order with T II owyouenh1rouostler and Hill till tbeiamo on iliortnotlceBTLUNHM nD NOTICE situated 8 mile Houth of McKlnneTnstiitlwi on the O 8 H it onMlddleburg pikeand on which hicks ran dally except Is powopen fur the to of Hheurnn tam Liver Lloln mndder and nil Htouv ooh and Bowel Troubles HbeumntUm n specialty nt roiuonnblo rates For purlieu tan and terns address F RUIH Pror RF D Box 3J Hustonvllle KyI B D CARTER New Livery Depot StrootPhono 96I5T NFORDKENTUCKY A S PRICESu- rgoon DentistISTANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building The FisherHotel Spears Fisher Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY OnLnncasteritreetbetweenl4prings and town 4 mile from from Krown Hprtngi Bplentlld tn bleandcooleoclfortable rooms Metes IT per week INSURANCEi Tire Ughtalng WindStorm and Aeoldent Non Represented ut the Lowest PoiI- IuequaeudwTalkwith se Paying Keo i HAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone Mo 82 liVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy rendymndeclotbingwhenthere- II 10 little difference In lulU nnd suit tailor measure waken by on experienced I have n handsome line of Hprlnt Hummergooda Ian make from a low price business suit to the finest dress suit Overcoats Trous ers and Fancy Vests The company I rep Xtient Is te none IL 0 HU ILKY The Tailor Stanford Ky Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery fled and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KT- Bp olal Attention airon Commercial Men Good UlRs at Stock Pens In Connection Also for all kinds of Harvesting Macblnery Uollno and HteRI11 MillItThreshing Machinery and Haw 80mmlnlon will pay you salesman orrall secondhand machinery J Ce McClary Undertaker Embalmor and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY OtUco Phone Home Phone JE3LBeazleyCo UndertaKers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They willjexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY ct i L FARMERS DEPARTMENT J H Woods sold to M B Eubanks a suckling mulo for 100 S J Embry Jr bought two suckling mules yesterday at S100 Lynn Lutes sold 120 stock ewes tc different parties at GBO- D G Fox bought 25 suckling mules hero yesterday at from 40 to 70 Fort SALEI0 good yearling mulo a Isaac Hubbard Moreland Ky LOST black sow weigh 40 Ibs slit In each car Frances Thomas Stanford 2t FOR SALE300 good stock ewes Fresh from mountains Lynn Lutes Stanford FOR SALESlx two year old mules from cotton to sugar and two good young horses R E Gaines Walnut Flat FOR SALESix thoroughbred Poland China boars ready for service Good bono and subject to registery S J Embry Jr Stanford FOR SALEBy Hancock Taylor fi Co23G 5th Street Louisville Ky 137 acres of land fivo miles from Stan ford near McKinney on Queen Crescent railroad for 1000 Write quick if you want it COURT DAY There were fully 500 cattle on the market hero yesterday and about all of them sold at from 2 to 41c Trading in all kinds of live stock was lively a number of good horses selling at from 125 to 175 The mule market was also goal Robert Woods will ship to the Louis ville Stato Fair Saturday tho following stock One pair yearling mare mules one pair tw ycarold mare mules ono yearling horse mule and two mares and mule colts This is as fine a lot of stock as can be found anywhere and Mr Woods is more than likely to land the blues with them C C Carpenter of Hustonville showed his splendid horses at the Somerset fair and did splendidly He won on his double team of mares 01 geldings on his fancy harness team he also won first lie took both premium in the model ring on his Dignity Dare horses lie also won on his double team regardless of sex or ownership Mr Carpenter refused 1000 for his magnificent team and 325 for the yearling by Dignity Dare Lost and Found Lost between D30 p M yesterday and noon today a bilious attack wIth nausea and sick headache This loss was occasioned by finding at Penny Drug Store a box of Dr Kings Ne Life Pills the guarntccd euro for biliousness malaria and jaundice 25c VETERAN HORSEMAN HAS PASSEL AWAYAlex C Martin a highly re spected citizen of Charleston diet shortly after 4 oclock Monday after noon at his home near the fair ground after a brief illness Some time ago Mr Martin sustained a slight injury tc one of his hands This resulted in bloodpoisoning which was the cause of his death The deceased was a veteran of tho civil war and was a member of the G A R Ho was also a member of the First Christian church of this city Mr Martin was an upright and exemplary citizen respected and hold ing the confidence of all who knew him He leaves a wife with whom ho was united in marriage only a few months ago in his boyhood home in Kentucky Several other relatives are also left to mourn the death of one who has gone to his reward The funeral will bo held at 230 oclock this afternoon from the family residence Charleston III paper Lame Back This is an ailment for which Cham rlaina Pain Balm has proven especially valuable In almost every in itanco it affords prompt and perma lent relief Mr Luke LaGrange of range Mi h says of It After using a plaster and other remedies for three weeks for a bad lame back I purchased a bottle of Chamberlains PaIn Balm and two applications ef acted a cure For sale by all druggists The following dispatch sentout from ichmond Va demonstrates the fact that old Ananias Is still living and at work Bacil the mother of Jumbo an elephant over 200 years of age saved the life of a man A freight train was wrecked the engineer being caught underneath the locomotive The wreck caught fire and it appeared as if the man was doomed The sections follow ing the wrecked train having aboard a circus came up and Bacil lifted the wrecked locomotive with her trunk rom the body of the engineer Eight other elephants filled their trunks with river water and extinguished the burning cars Bacil has never lost an intense hatred of locomotives which was ngendered by the tragic death of her amous offspring Jumbo who was killed in Indiana several years ago by an ngme while crossing the tracks The New Pure Food and Drug Law Wo are pleased to announce that clogs Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles Is not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other armful drugs and we recommend it- as a safe remedy for children and ldults Pennys Drug Store v CHURCH MATTERS The Kentucky AntiSaloon League is arranging for a big rally in Lexington on October 20 There will bo a meeting of the officers of the Christian church immediate ly after Sunday school hext Sunday Eld J G Livingston writes that is conducting a meeting of considcrabli interest at Pine Grove There hay been 10 additions to dateIRev Quillen H missionery of the Unlversalist Church and well known in the denomination throughout the country is dead at his home in Boston A Humane Appeal- A humane citizen of Richmond Ind Mr U D Williams 100 West Mutt St says I appeal to all persons with weak lungs to take Dr lings- Nev Discovery the only remedy that has helped me and fully comes up to- tho proprietors recommendation It saves more lives than all other throat and lung remedies put together Used as n cough and cold cure the world over Cures asthma bronchitis whooping cough quinsy hoarse ness and phthisic stops hcmorrages of the lungs and builds them up Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store COo and 81 Trial bottle free Kentucky Fair DatesIThe following are the dates fixed tot holding the Kentucky fairs for 1907 at far as reported Monticello Sept 104 days Glasgow Sept 114 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 166 days Had Tetter for Thirty Years I have sullcred with totter for thlrt years and have tried almost countless remedies with little if any relief Three boxes Chamberlains Salve cur cd me It was a torture It breaks out a little sometimes but nothIng to what it used to doD II Beach Midland City Ala ChamberlaIns Salvo Is for sale by all druggists About thirty 12Ichguns for use on- board battleships are being built for Japan at the Krupp works at Essen Germany Attorney General Bonaparte is said to be much dissatisfied with the me diocro legal talent at his disposal in th Department of Justice for trustbusting purposes NOTICE Twelve New Webber Two llono Wagon with uenr and one lhono Webber wugor comlllt heap roe cacti 1u lane d Jones MoKlnney K- yAttention Please I Any honest person desiring temporary of permanent employment should cull on Kl belt E at IlUhland Kv P O nd dross Wllymaburg Kyq1L F No1- PUBLIC SALE I Irhe property of Sirs J K Dickinson des censed will sold at auction on the prem ices atCrab reliantntrPMl opt i IWT conslsllnitof about SI acres of lund house and good Intprovcmeslt olIO household and kitchen furniture painted Many wore other things In bou6 too numerou Implementst1bouso and land K cash Iatloneeln6 month wlthlu rot roUl drte a poise- clan J II uiiKEItsfN Bam K lleynoldi Auct for Heirs Mail Us a Check for What is Due this Office Have you received an appoint ment to the FALL TERM of the State Normal If not gee your County Superintendent at onto about it The institution for the teachers and pupils of Kentuckys ruralschools If you have not seen the now cata log write a postal card request for one today Address R N ROARK Richmond Ky z L do N TImE TJtBLE No I Houth luau r N No SI doutli UIO PM No Si North tl A No W North SilT p IJOS S RICE Agent V PUBLIC SALE I I will soul ot public iiilo at Crab Orohnn nt 3 r on HATUIIUAY HEPTT117- my liveroom cottngo at that place Tho lioiuo It modern In build and Inn thrl6 porches loud outlnillilliiRsgnnleu lIdlln iibundnuco of fruit Lot contains onw III of flab laud Terms mndo known on day of sale J II HTKKNIIKUIIKN- It K U No Htitntonl Ky 50 Years An Agency5 The oldest in Central Ken tuck Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Repre seated Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY Fine Blue Grass Farm For Sale SJ cores of fertile Innd excellently Im proved with n tnottory Jrninu UwvllltiK iMiormou stogie barn and nuvvrfnlllni iipulr of water tltimUHl on flu UuiTti MfllIuntplku r mllll frolll llulonyllll- su Lincoln County Kentucky Iwlng till fnrnion wlilfh U tnriwntiir ruiltlo In lilt lltotliue will bo ollenU nt prtrut tale fur n IlinltcU thus Tlio owners IIN noiirrftlilftUi of the Elmo and not bclni able to give portonnl nttvntlon to thv fnrm tinve dtcldel to tat n fair prleo Alilionull Inquiries for price tvrini not other particular to- tHAKLKHX MANNING Hecurlty Trust lo Lvxlnctun Ky FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR RARD COUNTY A fine blue grass horn for sale new pike near 1olnt Lvnvell and sox millI south of Lancaster containing aII cries well located In nllghhorhood beltsi uirt of the John WHlkr tract ome new twostory evenroom thereon recently completed withreSldncj sad slew barn watered six never fulling springs nod creel running through TKKMH4 cash In hand balance one anti two yens fruin tiny of sale Unirtiig six lJr CtlItlllhrut until laud Tenons looking for such piece write K and lutU lle Walker IIvln lealO6I farm nt Point Uavell or W O 01WRIrFOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farm contiinin a 30 acres of rich Blue Grass land ThisI land is hoe hemp and tobacco land last year 85 bushels of corn to the acreIThis farm has a large frame house rooms halls porches cellars etc stock barns one new stock barn the farm is well watered with never failing spring and creek It is on a good turnpike and near town and school This is an uptc date place and will be sold at a bargain if sold within the next 60 days K cash bal ance to suit purchaser For further in formation in regard to farm write L K Hughes or James I White Stanford hy THE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Cur pets Druggets Rugs Matting Pic turo Frames Shades Lace Curtaini slid Wall Paper Mr E T Benzley has charge ol tlio Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 1GG or 133 i Druggist Takes His Own MedicineT- he man who sells remedies for most dayhethese remedies naturally cornea to know the superior from the inferior and when the time comes that be hu to de clde on which remedy he will take hoof course selects the one he lies heard Iho most praise of His own opinion coupled with that of his customers jugbt to co far In convincing the layman that tbo remedy the druggist Is the best in the field CItyKanear and when finally he blmself began to tuffer from stomach trouble be bad no hesitancy In decidlnc which remedvon his shelf bo would Pepsinloww pinion and he It cured It was the tame with Druggist Keanedy of Lexlaclon Ill lie we not yen robot Olen ad constipation and such troubles to going on what his customers who bad used It told him be took Dr Caldwellt Syrup Pepsin and has been a well man ever since anydruslIrlltwelll tiyrnp Pepsin for obstinate constipation rspepsla indigestion flatulency biliousness larrhea jaundice and other liver troubles hether the disease U In an Infant child woman or moo It Is the best family laxative It li gentle and effective pleasant and sure The proprietors uarantee It absolutely both as to purity and lamas to be expected Usually one or two otsfwlll bring about a complete change for l is better and alt It only coats or II a hot BuyabolUoFREE TEST Those vrtihlna to try DrCild wens Sruo Pectin before buy V tan hav t free Wffltlt boWt st IsisDmitluttaelOdreltlnc tin com wny TWi elter tmedy do at we tIa1m11J1d It onlyoiM to Nap hart never taken for It If you tore city ymptomi of itonuch liver or bowl Jlltiie Owtljit most iferthe laxative for eMIdrsa women and old tlktA pwurteedi eemunent home turn THE PUBUO No Luatlvt Good and DR CMDWtllS SYRUP PEPSIN Thli product tin purity fwufef MM I7i WtthUilon 0 PEf MM 11 dwell Bldg MMtleaiie m Crossett Shoes l Are good company and make short miles Every mile will seem only ati 1 block if your feet are in Crossett Shoes Patent ColtBox CalfGun metal narrow toes wide toes arch instep Weve got emI Just a appreciate we ha- veSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY New Stock of SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILLS e AtIWeH HIGGINSI 1 Stanford Kentucky More Superior Grain Drills in Use in Lincoln county than all others combined Disc Hart rows Oliver Plowsv First National I BankStanford Kyi ICapital Stock 500001 This Institution was originally eUbltihsfl M the Deposit flank af Stanford In 1151 then reorganised as the NUoaal hank of Stanford In Ull and again reorganised at the First National flask of Stanford la till having had practically an unlnter rupted existence for U run It better supplied now with fcllltlel for transact tag business promptly and well than eau before in Ile long honotable career Recounts of lirHvlduaU FHudarlts and Cor poratlini Solicited Officers 3 I HOOKER Puss BT HABHU V Pre ties J1 McKOBEBTS Oh- rWEAItENAtW II Ohri Directors u r Reid Danyllle B T Harris Stanford J I Ilocker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnnsy M D Elmore Stanford B n liaaghman Stanford T P DUI Stanford Jas Itobtnson nubbin I II OlnlIman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford OK Tate Stanford NoticeFarmers We huvo buyers for Lincoln county real estate If you have n farm for sale write to us ACCOUNTS AND NOTES COLLECTED PROMPTLY Itcfercnce Any Dunk in Somerset t AddroM Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky Something New and Fancy in Enameled Charm ber Pails tistiwttrtlhLt ii- t GEO D HOPiPERMain Street STANFORD KY t r